r.phate at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 07:31:04 UTC 2012
> This morning I tried to upgrade my Ubuntu 11.10 to the Ubuntu 12.04
> beta2-desktop-amd64, which did not work.
> I went into the Terminal and typed in this Line.....
> ''sudo do-release-upgrade d;''
sudo do-release-upgrade -d
This command will only work after Ubuntu 12.04 has been released,
which means after 26th April, 2012.
> I tried this several times, both using and not using the "-" between words
> like it is Printed in the PDF I downloaded from the Ubuntu Web Site last
> evening. I also tried it with and with out the "; " at the end of the Line.
> The only result I got was a Line that said "no upgrades found''. I know the
> File has been released, because I downloaded a copy of it last evening
> also. I do prefer to use the Automatic Upgrade, because it has worked so
> well on Ubuntu before, and saves so much time re-installing and configuring
If you want to upgrade now, before the official release, then you can
do the following:
sudo apt-get update
gksudo update-manager -d
The update-manager window will open up. It will show the 12.04 is
available. Click the upgrade button to upgrade to the 12.04 beta
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